Occupying approx. 33 acres, this lifestyle property offers an idyllic haven far away from the hustle and bustle of city life! The Mount Gambier Sandstone residence is simply charming, while the acreage is home to six paddocks and quality horse facilities – making this an ideal choice for devoted horse-owners or hobby farmers!
The main street of Teesdale places the Teesdale Children’s Centre, Teesdale Primary School, and Teesdale General Store all within easy reach. Your weekends will be filled with outdoor adventures thanks to the Don Wallace Reserve sporting grounds and nearby Nature Conservation Reserves. A short drive will find you in the heart of Bannockburn for all of your daily essentials, while easy access to Geelong is a huge plus. With the Ring Road granting easy access to Melbourne, this is also an ideal choice for those seeking to balance a city and country lifestyle.
Immersed in beautiful countryside, you’ll adore the sense of peace and tranquility this property offers. Polished floorboards and 11ft6 ceilings enhance the home’s interiors, along with large sash windows and Western Red Cedar doors. The open plan dining/kitchen zone flows through to the restful family room. The kitchen exudes rustic charm with timber cabinetry, a built-in pantry, and stainless-steel appliances (Bosch dishwasher and ILVE 900mm oven, gas hob, rangehood). Making it a cook’s heaven. Graced with a gas log fireplace, the generous lounge creates an enticing setting for everyday enjoyment. French doors unite both living zones with the spacious alfresco deck, where you can sit back and admire the surrounding landscape. Two large bedrooms (one with built-in robes) share close access to the bathroom, while the laundry and 2nd toilet complete the layout. A split-system air conditioner provides additional comfort.
The remote double lock-up garage features a workshop and ample storage, while the adjoining utility room offers potential as a studio, kids play space, or teen retreat. However, it’s the horse facilities that make this property an absolute standout. The grounds are home to six paddocks (divided into two hubs with a stable each), two night paddocks, five timber-railed yards, and four timber-railed house yards. The round yard and dressage arena will delight horse owners, while the wash bay boasts a water recycler. The open-bay shed features two stables, a tack room, plus parking space for floats or trailers. Other features inc. mains electric fencing, mains water to all paddocks, approx. 38 000L of rainwater storage, bottled gas, septic sewerage, and town water.
Named using a combination of two First Nations words, Wirrangabbie translates to ‘limestone place by small water’ – a beautiful representation of what this home encompasses. Inspect without delay!